How do I fix missing references in VBA?

How do I fix missing references in VBA?

To remove the missing reference, follow these steps:

  1. Open your database.
  2. Press ALT+F11 to open the Visual Basic Editor.
  3. On the Tools menu, click References.
  4. Click to clear the check box for the type library or object library marked as MISSING: .

Can’t find project or library Cannot open references?

To solve this problem, first you need to identify your missing Excel VBA References and then uncheck the references. Microsoft also shared a solution on the same site as below: 1. Display the References dialog box.

How do I remove a reference in VBA?

Remove a VBA Project Reference

  1. Image 2: Selecting the correct PDFCreator version.
  2. Image 3: Re-opening the menu shows that the incorrect PDFCreator version is selected.

How do you display the References dialog box?

To open the References dialog box, point to the Script area of the MyCommands Advanced Scripting dialog box and right-click or press Shift+F10. On the shortcut menu that appears, click References.

How to check for Missing Project references in VBA?

To programmatically check for missing references: In the Project Explorer, select Project (Myproj). On the Tools menu, click References and then add a reference to the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility 5.3 library. This library contains objects that refer to the VBA projects.

How to prevent references to unsaved documents in Excel?

This module is also called from the Excel [Save] option and I’ve setup a call to the new sub in Workbook_BeforeSave. In most cases the user will reference the Activex button, which means there will be no link when the workbook is saved thus no pop-up message.

When to use VBA Express to remove missing references?

It’s best use is for removing “Missing” references which have occured because the reference libraries have been “upgraded” by sending the file to a newer version of the program (say 2002), and then back to the original version again (say 97).

Are there any missing references in VB editor?

I go to VB Editor, Tools > References to find there is no entries with “MISSING” in front of them. There is NO “VBA Project” before the filename in the VB Editor (left pane).